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8/11/2015 by Arvind Kaul
As someone once said, "Trust is the hardest thing to find and the easiest to lose." It is important that when a team has found trust among its members, that trust is vigilantly maintained.
8/11/2015 by Pratyush Nath
Consider the question of no estimates. I have been reading about it, I have been questioned about it, and I strongly feel like adopting the idea.
8/10/2015 by Henrico Dolfing
This article will create the bridge between estimations and planning and a sound budget. Although my focus is on budgeting for larger companies, I am sure that it can be useful for smaller companies as well.
8/10/2015 by Deepak Joshi
Offshore teams have always been part of software development. But in this era, when Agile methods have an edge over traditional ones, offshore development calls for smoother collaboration among teams.
8/7/2015 by Rumesh Wijetunge
If someone asks you how may story points you've burned, what answer should you give?
8/7/2015 by Madhavi Ledalla
High-performance Agile teams are always striving to achieve an effective retrospective -- but retros can become lackluster over time. Here's how I've used games to bring energy back to our retrospective meetings.
8/6/2015 by Vikash Karuna
In this article I present key focus areas and checkpoints that help us ensure that evolving and changing business requirements are managed effectively.
8/6/2015 by Eduardo Ribeiro
This article addresses the evergreen subject of road maps and release plans; in other words, the "never-ending story."
8/5/2015 by Arun Balakrishnan Shoba
Daily stand-up meetings are one of the best practices of Scrum. Here are some of the best practices that I have found to help teams make the stand-up meetings more effective and efficient.
8/5/2015 by Raju K
As an enterprise Agile coach, I was recently asked to work on a request for proposal (RFP) with a seven-member team whose past experience had raised many pain points. Here is how we addressed those problems using Agile practices.